Crivella participates in maternity reopening in Rio
With an investment of $ 3 million, the unit has been renovated and will be able to meet 150 monthly deliveries of women with chronic diseases.
Unit specializes in attending pregnant womenPlayback / RecordTV RioThe mayor of Rio de Janeiro, Marcelo Crivella, participated in the reopening of the maternity hospital of Gaffrée and Guinle University Hospital, in Tijuca, north of the city, this Friday (31).The health unit specializes in the care of pregnant women at high risk.With an investment of $ 3 million, the maternity has been reformed, gained new equipment and will have the capacity to attend 150 monthly deliveries of women with chronic diseases.In addition, the unit, which is federal, will feature emergency.- Gaffrée and Guinle is a federal university hospital, a landmark, and now has a revitalized structure.Our municipal maternity hospitals perform 90,000 deliveries a year, and this unit comes in an important area, the most complex care, with mothers at risk - commented Crivella.Being in a general hospital with an intensive care unit (ICU) for both mothers and babies, motherhood can receive pregnant women wit...
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